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in london between the chinese premier and prime minister david cameron. that press conference is going on at the moment. >> welcome to gmt. i am george alagiah, with a world of news and opinion. will they or won't they? any minute now, muammar gaddafi will find out if the international criminal court will issue an arrest warrant with his name on it. we will be live on the tennis courts at the wimbledon championship as it enters its second week. it is early morning in washington, 7:00 p.m. in hong kong, and midday in london, where the chinese premier has been meeting prime minister david cameron. the gulf visit -- between the rapid china and the struggle in europe. the u.k. battles its way out of tough times. china is sitting on a massive service. china says it is willing to use some of the money to help its trade partners. let's have a listen now to this press conference between the two leaders, david cameron and premier wen jiabao. [inaudible] [inaudible] [inaudible] urged resume in the process of integration. >> there are always two competing designs. one is that what you see, no 11
, "bbc world news." >>hello, and welcome to news day on the bbc. >> i am in london, the headlines this hour. as greece started two day trike the prime minister to back the measures. libya rejects the international draft war on colonel qaddafi and his sons. >> there are talks in germany, and we talk to the president in the philippines. >> it's 11 a.m. here in singapore. >> and 4 a.m. in london, welcome to news day. >> airport will close and so will trains and buses stop running. that's the situation in greece as thousands plan to protest a new five-year plan. the prime minister, george papandreou backs the cut. >> anger is clear even at some of greece's most famous landmarks. the lawmakers are urging to back the plan, listen to your souls and your patriotism. group are unimpressed, groups warning that it could lead to deep provisions. >> the measures will make for deep explosions that are uncontrollable. there will be a social class, no one knows where it would lead, we don't want that to happen, but if the government insists, that will be what happens. >> the e.u. is clear for gre
to newsday on the bbc. i am in singapore. >> and i am in london the headlines this hour, 6000 and counting, the exodus from syria continues. if former officer in colonel gaddafi's army talks exclusively to the bbc. >> the wait continues for thousands of passengers whose flights have been cancelled due to an act -- a volcanic ash cloud. $4.3 billion to vaccinate the world's poorest children from bill gates. >> in recent years, there has been some concern about the rise of extremist islam here. >> it is 9:00 a.m. in singapore. the >> it is 2:00 a.m. in london. we are broadcasting in america and around the world. the exodus from syria continues. almost 6000 people have crossed into the -- into turkey. the area has been recaptured by the military following a revolt a week ago there. >> syrian troops entering the town of jisr al-shughour. these pictures were filmed by the bbc arabic service, which was taken into the town by the syrian army. the government said this is a mass grave of some of the 120 security personnel killed over a week ago. some have been be headed. others were shot. there are
's noon in athens. >> you're watching "world one" live from london. as nato missiles rain down on libya it turns out britain is showering gadhafi's government is tickets for the olympics. why has the leader's son gotten an invitation to the london games? >>> they may have helped track down osama bin laden. now they're under arrest. pakistan's spoof on suspected cia informants. >>> plus, what on earth is going on with the weather? storms and ash clouds are causing mayhem. we'll get your roundup. >>> preparing for demonstrations and bracing forever deeper cuts. we begin with greece's gathering storm. you are looking at live pictures from athens where people are getting ready for a big day in the protest movement. we're expecting to see a huge effort to block a new round of government cuts. unions are staging a 24-hour general strike. the thousands are expected to march and they are saying they will surround the parliament build i building to stop lawmakers from getting in. this afternoon there's supposed to be a debate on the new austerity measures. the government says they are essential
. 11:00 a.m. in hamburg. 10:00 a.m. in london, you're watching world one. also ahead, the butcher of the balkans as he's known appears at the hague to hear charges against him. ratko mladic delays entering a plea. she's a libyan woman who grabbed international attention, accusing muammar gadhafi's forces of rain raping her. why she's in the headlines again. and the battle for yemen intensifies. government troops try to put down a rebellion that refuses to go away. >>> hello. a rare and deadly strain of the e. coli bacteria is no longer confined to europe. the bacteria has already killed 17 people. authorities in the u.s. say three people have now fallen ill from e. coli. all of them had recently been to germany, the center of the current outbreak. experts say there's no reason for americans to panic as the bacteria hasn't been found in food there and the disease is rarely passed from person-to-person. the world health organization says it all stems from the strain of the e. coli bacteria that's never been seen before in an outbreak. the u.s. is the 11th country to report cases of
you. >>> hi, i'm zain verjee at cnn in london. here are our top stories this hour. cambodia is reliving a national nightmare as four former khmer rouge leaders begin a war crimes trial, charged with genocide and crimes against humanity in the deaths of almost two million cambodians in the '70s. the defendants say they are innocent. the trial is expected to go on for several years. >>> as the crackdown in syria continues, dissidents and intellectual are to attend a government-sponsored conference today. president assad says it's a step toward national drag about reform, but -- dialogue about reform, but the opposition voiced concerns that the conference is just for show. >>> employment will speak with with republican and -- president obama will speak with republican and democrat later to start negotiations to get the debt celling back on track. the government will start defaulting on loans in august. >>> greece's parliament is set to vote on a new set of austerity measures this week. passing them means that greece is going to get another $40 billion of bailout funds. the meas
and london. still to come on the program, telling congress that the road is long and difficult. >> and joining the campaign to hide the hidden suffering of the world's widows. >> the british fashion designer, john galliano told the court that his drug addiction lead to his outbursts. the designer who was fired over the allegations, said he had no recollection of the statements and this contains some flash photography. >> here john galliano sneaks into a courtroom. but no denying his outrage in a bar, and shows a drunk-looking galliano abusing people recalling the holocaust. >> no, i love hitler, people like you would be dead. >> he blames triple addiction to alcohol and antidepressants and sleeping pills. >> people in that state, don't understand the words they are saying but only the hallucinations they are experiencing. >> mr. galliano was at the pennacle of world fashion. but behind his bold statement was a man struggling with the pressure of his work. >> the dior house after his arrest in february, after fashion week declares anti-semitic behavior. and his friends had worri
news. also coming up in the program, he is kicking out for london 2012 the olympic hopes of a tie kwan dough fighter. >> it is arguably the most challenging two days in recent greek history seizing up as a general strike takes over in the run up to the parliamentary vote on further public spending cuts. we are giving you the shots of the parliament building where m.p.'s will again debating in the coming hours the austerity measu measures being laid out by the government, measures which the european union partners particularly in the eurozone and the i.m.f. apnd european central bank say are essential and must be met if greece is to receive year tranche of around 12 billion euros to allow it to pay off its looming debt. should it fail to get that through the money would run out within days as the greek financial authorities. that could lead to default. it would spark instability across the eurozone where my colleague is in athens monitoring the protest. >> good morning. it is boisterous. thousands have come in to the square outside the parliament building where the deputies will be deba
that of -- a fact indonesias place in the world. >> it is 11:00 a.m. here in singapore and 4:00 a.m. in london. broadcasting to viewers on pbs. this is "newsday". the exodus from syria continues. 6000 people are crossing into turkey. refugees say the syrian military is arresting hundreds of people in a sweep of villages, captured by the military following a revolt. >> syrian troops entering the town. these pictures were filmed by the bbc arabic service which was taken into the town by the syrian army. the government said this is a mass grave of some of the 120 security personnel killed over a week ago. some have been beheaded. others shot. there are different versions of how the city was retaken. the syrian state said it had to fight its way in but then found grateful residents delighted that order had been restored. many of the thousands of refugees who fled the area tell a different story. they say the army is killing civilians indiscriminately, burning crops, and killing livestock. the refugees are of finding shelter in camps in turkey. as well as worrying about the future, they face one of
. >>> hi, i'm zain verjee at cnn in london. a 48-hour general strike has begun in greece against the new austerity measures. parliament is proposing five years in tax hikes and spending cuts if they are to avoid outright default. >>> the international criminal court issued an arrest warrant for moammar gadhafi and two of his relatives. libya rejects the warrant saying it is nothing more than a cover for nato war strikes. in dmas cass key leaders of the protest stayed away saying it gave legitimacy of the government. constitutional change is set for next month. >>> floodwaters from the missouri river are threatening two nuclear power plants in the state of nebraska. workers are monitoring both plants around the clock to keep water out. so far both facilities have stayed dry. i'm zain verjee at cnn in lon n london. >>> world business today" starts now. >> hello and very good morning from cnn here in london. i'm charles hodson. this is "world business today." christine laguards is odds on favorite for the imf and final furlong as greeks strike over spending cuts. a french plan could help d
. i'm zain vergee. you're watching "world one" live from london. >>> also ahead, still in charge and still defiant. colonel moammar gadhafi appears on libyan tv to denounce nato air strikes. >>> saab strapped for cash. the swedish carmaker says it doesn't have enough money to pay off its staff. >>> and acquitted of hate crimes and inciting violence against muslims, a dutch court finds geert wilders not guilty. >>> he went against the advice of at least two top military officials who wanted more u.s. soldiers to stay and fight. president barack obama set up plans to reduce american forces in afghanistan, speaking from the white house, mr. obama said 33,000 soldiers would come home in the next 15 months. 10,000 of them by the end of this year. that reverses the so-called surge of u.s. forces the president ordered back in 2009. internet new plan u.s. troops numbers will fall by around a third to less than 70,000. nato's already said it supports the plan but the president's critics have questioned the pace and the timing of the withdrawal, as reaction from the taliban, too, in a stat
. thanks a lot, ivan. you're watching "world one" live from london. >> they treated injured protesters in bahrain. now a group of medics stand accused of trying to bring down the government. >> our correspondent is outside the courtroom and will brick us a special report. >>> libyan rebels say they got their hands on secret government documents. hey, max. [ announcer ] your dog's one of a kind. and now, you have the power... [ giggling ] to help significantly extend his healthy years. a groundbreaking 14-year study by purina... proves that puppy chow, then dog chow nutrition, fed properly over a lifetime, can help extend his lovable antics... up to 1.8 healthy years. [ barks ] long live your buddy. oh, max! long live your dog. purina puppy chow and purina dog chow. >>> this is world one live from london. top stories. they're not letting up in their crackdown. human rights activists say hundreds of military vehicles and helicopters were used as the army moved in over the weekend and there was heavy shelling. state media says at least three people were killed on sunday, including a soldi
in london. here are the headlines. >>> european leaders have agreed to a deal in brussels to lend greece more money and bolster its economy, but the greeks will need to make painful economic cuts to qualify. the austerity program of tax increases, pay and spending cuts have greek unions up in arms. they've called for a general strike on monday and tds, before wednesday's parliamentary vote on the economic aus taryn plan. >>> syrian troops amassing near the country's border with turkey, the latest move to crush anti-government protests. tanks have surrounded a village which has become a safe haven for syrian refugees. >>> after months of high oil prices, some of the world's biggest oil-consuming countries are releasing 60 million barrels of oil onto the markets. oil prices fell to a four-month low on the news. >>> u.s. president barack obama is making the rounds to explain his plan to withdraw troops from afghanistan. he spoke to soldiers in fort drum on thursday and met with families who lost loved ones in the war. the the plan calls for 30,000 troops to be sent home. i'm zain verjee in
vergee, you're watching "world one" live from london. also ahead, greece in turmoil. a day after violent anti-austerity protests, the prime minister prepares to reshuffle his government. >>> and anger erupting in canada. spor sports fans in vancouver go totally ballistic over an ice hockey game. >>> a new figure head, a month and a half after the death of osama bin laden, al qaeda says ayman al zawahiri is its new leader. the news was released an -- what kind of a role is he going to play now? >> he was always sort of seen as being the ideologue behind osama bin laden. it's no surprise that he, one of the most influential people in the organization should essentially nominate himself with presumably some level of backing to be al qaeda's leader. it's taken a month and a half to do this. i think what we can expect to see, we're already hearing in his first statement, is a commitment to the same. they will carry on tribute to osama bin laden, calling out to the people of palestine, calling out to many of the other franchises around the world, somalia, yemen, afghanistan, pledging support t
>> and now to london for prime minister's question time, live from the british house of commons. every wednesday while parliament is in session prime minister david cameron takes questions from the members of the house of congress. prior to questions on the house is wrapping up other business. this is live coverage on c-spa c-span2. >> if our secretary of state will not stand up for wales, why won't she re-sign? >> can i think the honorable lady for her concerns in my career tracks but can i just say to her that the government is having a consultation, and now that she has expressed such a great interest in this i'm sure we will expect her representation to the consultation on this very subject. >> order. question for the prime minister. >> thank you, mr. speaker. this when i had meetings with ministers of colleagues and others in addition to my duties and house i shall have further such meetings later today. >> thank you, mr. speaker. what does my right honorable friend say to the teacher who up points the children first? >> i would congratulate them for doing the right thing a
. >>> hi. i'm zain verjee at cnn london. here are the headlines this hour. the new zealand christchurch has been struck again by a powerful earth quake. eyewitnesss report power lines and phone lines down as a result. about a hundred people were killed there back in february. >>> groft troops have stormed a town in syria. syrian state media reports that at least three people were killed in the fighting. authorities say they have found a mass grave there. >>> the party minister once won an easy victory in turkish elections. he won 551% to win the votes. >>> it's causing air travelers problems throughout the southern hemisphere. the ash is spewing more than a week after it's erupted. it's led to the cancellations of all flights from the cap and caused a delay in flights from new zealand to australia. those are the headlines. i'm zain verjee from cnn in london. "world business today" starts now. >>> good morning from cnn london. i'm charles hodson. this is "world business today," and these are the top stories. >>> new zealand is rocked by a series of earthquakes rattling the dollar. >>> three
from london. here are our top stories. seven weeks after the killing of osama bin laden, al qaeda announces a new leader, ayman al zawahiri served as deputy for more than a decade. a statement says al zawahiri would honor of legacy of his predecessor. the fbi is offering a a milli i million reward leading to his capture. >>> ba'asyir was convicted of planning, funding and inciting terrorism. in a statement before the judgment, his organization sid it rejected the verdict because it was based on laws formulated by infidels. >>> greek's prime minister says he'll ask for a vote of confidence in parliament, following a day of violent protests in athens over the new proposed austerity measures as greece teeters on the edge of default. >>> for the first time in almost four decades, the boston bruins won the top trophy in nhl hockey, the stanley cup. they beat the vancouver canucks on wednesday. as greg black reports, canucks fans don't take losing lightly. just look at what happened in vancouver. >> reporter: while boston celebrated their stanley cup victory, thousands of canucks fans t
.m. in sydney. you're watching worldwide from london. can europe prop up its shakiest economy? the fate of greece could lie in germany's hands. >> the human cost of the conflict in sudan as north/south clashes continue. >>> and up, up, and away. unless you're in australia that is. thousands of stranded travelers could be in for a long wait. >>> syria says its arm was welcomed with open arms in the city on monday as it restored order among the thousands who fled most tell it differently. they say the army destroyed homes, burn said farmers's crops and just bombarded the city with heavy weapons. both sides agree on one thing, the military is now in full control. a human rights groups says soldiers were going house to house carrying out searches. the government says they're looking for armed terrorists who say syrian troops over a week ago. activists say that is just a story to justify the brutal crackdown on demonstrators. some soldiers refused to take part in attacks on civilians. they talk of fighting among the troops sent to take the city. almost 7,000 syrians have now crossed the bord
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flyer ticket to london on british airways costs 50,000 miles plus $360 for surcharges. air france to paris, $420 in surcharges. doesn't that stink. the report suggests using miles only in the usa or if your heart is set on europe fly a u.s. carrier. dill that and continental had a $165 surcharge to their flights. >> travel agents say until the issue is resolved, you may want to stick with domestic air heinz for a frequent flyer trip. though you may face a surcharge, it will be nothing compared to what some european airlines are charging so you don't waste your money. i'm john matarese. >>> it's what one man said he got for free from the airline that has him upset tonight. simon hayes said he was flying from london to minneapolis when he last his luggage. four days later he got it back with an overwhelming stefrmg of urine. he said he was so angry he made a video displaying everything from stained trousers to damp pajama pants. he posted the video on youtube when he said he got a call back from delta. >> they've apologized profusely. >> delta told cnn if anything happened and it's
entered into the companies web site. still to come on tonight's program, dreaming of london in 2012. gymnast shawn johnson is training hard in hopes of capturing the podium once again. he was the doctor who helped further the right-to-die debate. today dr. jack kevorkian passed away at age of 83. >> detractors called him dr. death. qualified physician who helped in the lives using a homemade contraption. >> then the patient reaches over and just touches that switch. >> he said of the drugs, the patient activated the lethal injection, and those who saw him were videotaped to make clear they were acting under their own free will. [unintelligible] >> there is no turning back. i want to die. >> i will continue to assist humans to alleviate their agony and interminable suffering. if that means they have to kill themselves to do it, yes. >> the medical establishment was aghast, and as kevorkian assisted dozens of the suicides, they tried in vain to have him convicted. a nationally televised video in which he himself administered a lethal injection. >> i am talking for my patients. you cal
china at the sea. it is 9:00 a.m. in singapore. >> it is 2:00 a.m. in london. broadcasting to viewers on pbs and around the world. this is "newsday". hello and welcome. america's top military officer has admitted that president obama's decision to accelerate the withdrawal of troops from afghanistan is riskier than he originally wanted. first 30,000 troops are to be brought home by september next year. afghan president hamid karzai welcomed the move but the taliban said -- dismissed it as symbolic and vowed to continue fighting. our course on the reports. >> the president said the tide of war is turning and he has -- is hardly posing as a victor. these men and women spearheaded his search and he was almost hesitant telling them of the decision unpopular with their generals. >> we have turned a corner where we can begin to bring back some of our troops. we're not doing it precipitously. we're going to do it in a steady way to make sure that the gains that all of you helped to bring about are going to be sustained. >> the white house says the remaining troops can start coming home at a
continents enjoyed a total lunar eclipse. it is 11:00 a.m. in singapore. >> it is 4:00 a.m. in london. >> hello and welcome. greece is facing a political and economic crisis, with the socialist prime minister announcing he is to form a new government. the development came after tension between police and protesters. they are worried that papandreou is pushing through new austerity measures demanded by the eu and imf. >> tens of thousands of protesters descended on the greek parliament. minorities soon turned the square outside into a battlefield. they attacked riot police with petrol bombs and other missiles. the police retaliated with teargas. some protestors tried to force their way to parliament to stop mps debating the new austerity measures, but the police held the line. tonight, the prime minister offered to stand down. but he failed to convince opposition conservatives to join the government in unity. >> today and made new proposals to the leaders of all parties to achieve the necessary national consensus. i clarified that my responsibility has no dependents on my political pos
of companies. let our global expertise work for you. >> i am in singapore. >> i am in london. anger in athens as the european union and welcomes greek parliament's austerity measurements. this rupture in the uk as hundreds of thousands of public sector workers go on strike. >> saudi arabia says it will not issue permits for people from indonesia and the philippines, and venezuela suspends a summit over speculation over president chavez. >> this is wednesday puree o. the european union has welcomed the vote from the greek parliament in favor of ferocious spending cuts and tax rises. bill was passed by just 20 votes. greece looks certain to default on its massive debts. protesting against the proposed cuts. >> fierce clashes continue after they voted to impose tax increases and spending cuts in an attempt to avoid a crop secure a good -- to avoid bankruptcy. earlier, they attempted to protests harsh austerity measures. thousands gathered outside parliament. there are volleys of teargas being aimed at the crowd, and the crowd certainly has a sense of tension, knowing within an mps aree impis' --
:00 a.m. here in london broadcasting to viewers around the world an america. this is "bbc," this is news day. >> it's generally seen as one of afghanistan one of luxurious and supposedly best protected hotel. but the intercontinental hotel in kabul came under attack for four hours with suicide bombs, automatic weapons and grenades. nato killed gunmen who were based on the roof. at least six afghan employees were reported killed inside the hotel. the taliban says it was behind the attack. >> it was a deadly late night attack, a group of suicide bombers and several gunmen made their way past checkpoints and into the intercontinental, one of the most heavily protected hotels in kabul. 10 people were reported being killed. confusion.the scene was of the guests hiding in the room while spore ra active gun fire could be heard. the afghan police engaged the attackers. the task made all the more complicated by working in complete darkness after the electricity was cut off. >> we heard those heavy blasts as well as the gun fire was going on. very intensified and it was very nervousing, the inner
'm zain vergee at cnn in london, here are the headlines this hour. after 547 days, two french journalists kidnapped by the taliban have returned to paris from afghanistan. the france 3 television staff as well as their interpreter had been held captive since december 2009. they're holding a news conference saying they have been well treated. >>> tough awe stairty cuts for greece have been passed by the government. the debate is not over yet. today, the greek parliament takes the next step, where to make spending cuts. strikes and protests continue in athens. >>> in britain, delays at airport ready expected. many schools will close as a wave of strikes begins. three major public sector unions are staging a 24-hour strike billed as the biggest since the 1920s over proposed cuts to their pensions. >>> monaco is preparing for a royal wedding tomorrow when prince albert marries his fiancee, charlene woodstock. the 53-year-old prince is the only son of princess grace and the late prince. those are the headlines. i'm zain vergee at cnn in london. "world business today" starts now. >>> good morni
now. >>> good morning from cnn london. this is "world business today" and these are the top stories on wednesday, june the 15th. austerity anger spills into the streets as thousands of greeks prepare to march on parliament. >>> u.s. fed chief ben bernanke says stop using the debt ceiling to score political points. >>> and it's literally a bargain basement as one company branches out into economy class bunkers. >>> tuesday's trading represented the dog days of summer. wednesday, it seems, is dragging us right back into the doldrums. tokyo is one of the few markets to be reporting a rise today thanks in part to the upward trajectory of the nuclear power plant operator te pco. shares are up another 32% after japan's covenant approved an aid package. volcanic ash clouded the financial outlook of airlines. stocks had a weaker opening. let's have a look at how they're faring at the moment. a number of them in the red, in particular the cac 40. investors concerned about news from moody's, three of france's largest banks are under pressure after the rating service put the firms under review
roosevelt, truman. >> click. >> truman, eisenhower, kennedy. >>> hi, i'm zain verjee in london. japan's prime minister survived a no confidence vote. naoto kan appealed to his democratic party of japan before saying he would resign later this year after the nation recovers from the march 11th earthquake and tsunami. political infighting has seen japan with five different prime ministers in five years. >>> witnesses report loud explosions in yemen near a presidential palace in sena. months of failed protests have failed to bring down the president. >>> the deadly e. coli outbreak in europe has left more than a dozen dead and hundreds sick, mostly in germany. the source of the outbreak is not known. >>> google said hackers have targeted g mamail users with a phishing scheme that may have begun in china. those are the headlines. i'm zain verjee in london. "world business today" starts right now. >>> good afternoon, welcome to "world business today." i'm andrew stevens in hong kong. >> good morning for me, nina dos santos in london. >>> japan's prime minister survives a no confiden
. fifa's 51st congress gets under way. >> hello. you're watching world one live from london. also ahead, learning from the mistakes of fukushima, the world's nuclear watchdog says japan should have taken the threat of the tsunami more seriously. >> a european food crisis as scientists look for the source of a deadly infection. there is anger in spain as vegetable exports are turned away. >>> and the final endeavor. the space shuttle's last mission. we're live at the kennedy space center in florida. >>> fifa is poised to re-elect set blater as president, the most controversial leadership vote in football's governing body. fifa ignored calls to postpone the ballot. prince william, the president of the english association, supported that call and so has the scottish association. in a stunning about turn, though, fifa vice president jack warner suspended from his duties at the weekend that a corruption investigation urged fifa members to get behind blater's bid. 24 hours later, he was saying that blatter had to be stopped. the vote is now a formality and insuring another four-year president
"newspaper in london. he searched for a big story. you started looking for julian assange? >> he was laying very low. it took me four or five days. >> reporter: in a cafe in brussels, davies came face to face with assange. >> i wanted to get with the guardian and get serious impact. and he rapidly locked on to that idea. >> reporter: straight out of a spy novel, davis headed back to london. and one day later, he had a data base. assange invited "the new york times" and der spiegel to join him. they began to sift through the thousands of documents. i have come here to london to the "guardian" newspaper and to meet with the people who met with assange to sift through the documents to be known as the iraq and the afghanistan war logs. this is the famous bunker? >> yeah. >> reporter: david lee is another journalist with "the gadan." >> these are the war logs. >> reporter: what were your impressions of the julian assange? >> he didn't behave like earthlin earthlings. he could tap away on the laptop and button up and go to slee where he lay. >> he started to come across information about the paki
for the hour >>> i'm monita rajpal at cnn london. bean, radish and sprouts are being blamed for the e. coli outbreak in europe. they've traced the sprouts to a farm in germany. the out break has killed 22 people so far. >>> former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn is hours away from his next court appearance. he is expected to plead not guilty to charges of attempted rape of a new york hotel maid on may 1 th. strauss-kahn is out on $6 million bail but confined to a new york townhouse. >>> opposition social democrats have ousted the socialists in portugal's government. they will now attempt to form a coalition government. one of the tasks is head is meeting eu requirements to receive bailout funds for portugal's embattled economy. >>> the left-leaning candidate is claiming victory in peru's presidential edesk. the latest polls show him with a narrow lead over his rival fujimori. >>> those are the headlines. i'm monita rajpal, "world business today." >>> good morning from cnn london, a warm welcome to "world business today." i'm charles hodson and these are the top stories on monday, the 6th o
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